Corporate Espionage

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This category/article deals with the world of spycops, ... We also look at various private companies associated with or involved in spying on campaigns and protestors. The aim is to bring the undermining of protest and dissent out into the open, and to support others holding those responsible to account.


Asbestos

K2 Intelligence hired one Robert Moore to infiltrate the worldwide anti-asbestos campaign, over a period of 4 years. Moore posed as a sympathetic documentary maker, in order to gather a mass of sensitive material about the leading figures in the campaign, their methods, funding and future plans.[1] In 2012, Moore approached the International Ban Asbestos Secretariat (IBAS), and made contact with other activists through IBAS. Moore detailed his actions and aims in a "Strategy Document", written for Matteo Bigazzi. More subsequently went on to target the WHO, UN agencies, and the Rotterdam Convention, which have mandates on asbetos.[2] Robert Moore is the brother of charlotte Moore, the BBC's director of Content.The Times

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  1. ^ Identity of Asbestos Spy Revealed. London Hazards Centre, Dec.21.2016.
  2. ^ Corporate spy infiltrated anti-asbestos campaign, court told. Ian Cobain, The Guardian, Dec.08.2016.